This project seeks to develop a handbook on European law related to cybercrime and fundamental rights as part of FRA's family of legal handbooks.
This project will assess the pros and cons for fundamental rights of using artificial intelligence (AI) and big data for public administration and business purposes in selected EU Member States.
FRA will update its handbook, in partnership with the European Data Protection Supervisor and the Council of Europe, which presents and explains European data protection law in a straightforward way for those working in this area.
The Agency will update and expand the scope of its 2010 guide on Discriminatory Ethnic Profiling. The new Guide will provide a general update of the analysis, taking into account legal and technological developments, and expanding the scope to include border management.
This project will analyse the fundamental rights implications of inserting, storing and using biometric data in large-scale IT systems
This project looks into the remedies available to individuals in relation to surveillance practices.
FRA has produced a handbook, in partnership with the Council of Europe and the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR), which presents and explains European data protection law in a straightforward way for those working in this area.
The project looks at existing procedures and the legal consequences concerning data protection violations in all EU Member States.